ECOLOGY, BIOENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY & AGRICULTURE
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A complete book, and a complete solution for GS Preliminary Test. UNIQUE, EXCEPTIONAL EXTRORDINARY
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By K. Siddhartha
ECOLOGY, BIOENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY & AGRICULTURE ” is short, concise, pictorial, and authentic book meant for Civil Services preliminary Examination that covers latest global and national events, treaties policies events till 2021.
ECOLOGY, BIOENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY & CLIMATE CHANGE serves the purpose of PT examination for Environment Section of the syllabus of the UPSC (Main and Prelims) as well as State PCS and Preparation for Geography optional.
ECOLOGY, BIOENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY & CLIMATE CHANGE is profusely illustrated and is the most colorful book ever published in India till date.
It is Internationally recognized and and there is no match for the book either contentwise, concept wise illustration wise or design wise.
It comprises of all the latest development related to environment. The coloured plates (24) incorporated in this book is to serve the purpose of better understanding and along with this exhaustive appendix has been given to facilitate the reader have afactual hold.
Ecosystem Concept, Types of Ecosystems
Soil Degradation and Conservation
Distribution of Fauna and Flora
Gene Pool Centres
Laws of Ecology
Human ecological adaptations
Global Ecological Imbalances
Mans Impact on Ecosystem,
Environmental Degradation, Ecological Superiority of Humans
Human Impact on Climate-Global Warming, Global cooling,
Ozone Hole, Climatic modification by human Activities.
Human Impact on Atmosphere- Aerosols, Acid rain, Urban Heat Island
Human Impact on Land-Land degradation, Soil Degradation) Erosion, Salinization, Laterisation) Derelict Land Formation,
Human Impact on Water- Marine Pollution (Oil Pollution, Algal Bloom) Marine Waste Disposal, Eutrophication, Biomanipulation,
Human Impact on Ecosystem- Biomagnification, Mass extinction, Holocene extinction
Pollution- Air Pollution, Stubble burning, Water pollution, Oil Pollution,
Forest Conservation, Forest Fires
Conservation & Response
Animals of the World
International Conventions and Treaties
Government Schemes and Programmes